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Definition funny of Bushka:

urbanbasically, booshka means a anything. It can be used as a synonym for 'cute little baby', and can also replace pretty much any word.

urbanGeorge: That little chickens really cute! Alama: ITS A BOOSHKA!

urbanBoo-sh'ck-a. Cree for "Enraged ugly man" An eneraged beast formed from a native tribe often found in the depths of ganandorf. The natives would taunt the gods with the mentaly retarded villager, via the name "Bushka".

urbanB-dup: Holy man your so gay. John 117: Dont make fun of my imaganiry girlfriend Cory... Grrrr... (beats b-dup with a plastic stick). B-dup: Holy shit the man is becoming a "Bushka".

urbanA derrogitory term used by Indian noobs to describe deep hatred towards American gamers/female players of COD. Often used in an angry outburst, Bushka stems from the term "Bush" also meaning incompetant moron. See also: George W. Bush.

urbanIndian: BUSHKA BUSHKA BUSHKA BUSHKA Andy: Indian noobizzle, don't be hatinizzle on me or my girlizzle Shayizzle. And back off with that RPGizzle. Noobizzle.

urbangay rabbi, adopted tomba the gay robot when he was just a wee bolt

songs

Songs about Bushka:

songsB'Bushka by Blue Shivers from the Album Misadventures of the Dancing Bug

songsBushka by Luis Mendez from the Album Road to Ibiza

songsBushka by Slawomir Kulpowicz, Witold Szczurek, Czeslaw "Maly" Bartkowski, Polish Jazz Tomasz Stanko from the Album Music '81

songsBushka by Luis Mendez from the Album Feel the Bass, Vol.1

songsBushka (Original Mix) by Luis Mendez from the Album Soulfreak Miami Wmc 2013

songsBushka Bushka by J.Juice from the Album Bushka Bushka

songsBushka Lounge by Pachora from the Album Astereotypical

books

Books about Bushka:

booksHang on in There, Baby (Piano, Guitar, Lyrics) (Bushka Music # 0052HSM, 0052HSM) by Johnny W. Bristol (words & music) (1974)

wiki

Wiki information Bushka:

Bushka
Musical Recording

Bushkan
Location

Bushkan is a village in Bushkan Rural District, Bushkan District, Dashtestan County, Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 2,337, in 513 families.